IN: Blush, bronze and dusty pink – think warm and soft
Some of the trendiest colours of 2019’s palette are blush, dusty pink and bronze, giving a sleek update to the ‘millennial pink’ of the ‘10s. Break up these warm, feminine colours with taupes and neutrals in order to modernise and update an out of style room.
OUT: Cool greys and icy blues
It’s official – these cool and cold colours are officially out of style, in favour of the aforementioned jewel tones, rosy pinks, and warmer neutrals. Already committed to an icy palette? Warm it up with pops of teal and bursts of emerald green.
IN: Bold colours and patterns in the kitchen, especially on the backsplash
People have long been painting their kitchens in simple, monochromatic tones, but now it is time to kick things up a notch and make this room look as spicy as your cuisine. A bold backsplash is a good way to add some interest and colour without overdoing things.
OUT: Fibre art anywhere and everywhere
Over the past few years, it seems that fibre and textile art is suddenly everywhere. Sure, a lovely woven wall hanging looks great, but as Amy Sklar of Sklar Design
Says, “I love a good weave as much as the next person, but as we have hit a saturation point, we are veering dangerously close to macramé owl overload of the 1970’s.” You don’t want your bedroom to look like Aunt Carol’s lounge room, do you?